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Telluride

OUR OPINION

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    Historical mining town in remote and spectacular setting.

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    Excellent terrain for intermediate and advanced skiers and boarders.

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    Options for ski in/ ski out accommodations on the mountain.

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    Consistent snow record and uncrowded slopes.

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    Popular summer destination with excellent fly-fishing and whitewater rafting.

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    Telluride Airport only 10 mins transfer.

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    Montrose Regional Airport 1 hour.

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    Heli-skiing available in resort.

ABOUT TELLURIDE

Telluride is located in southwest Colorado's majestic San Juan Mountains. What began as a turn-of-the-century mining community has evolved into a world-renowned resort. Located on the scenic San Juan Skyway in southwest Colorado, the City of Telluride and Telluride Mountain Village are 67 miles south of Montrose, where there is a regional airport. The town of Telluride is a National Historic Landmark District with Victorian-era architecture. Located at the base of Telluride Ski Mountain and surrounded by 13,000-foot (almost 4,000-meter) peaks. Telluride is connected to the Mountain Village by a free gondola, which runs day and evening. Located mid-mountain at 9,500 feet above sea level, the Mountain Village overlooks some of Colorado's most magnificent peaks and offers many options for ski-in, ski-out lodging.

TELLURIDE STATISTICS

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    Dates and hours of operation:

    Late November to early April. 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m, daily.
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    Area:

    2,000+ acres/810+ hectares.
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    Snow:

    Average Annual Snowfall 309 inches (789 cm).

TELLURIDE GALLERY